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rank 350
word count 11139
date submitted 28.10.2010
date updated 29.10.2010
genres: Fiction, Science Fiction, Popular C...
classification: moderate


A. N. Entity

Adam was the best mankind had to offer, genetically speaking, that's why he was chosen for experimentation. They couldn't have hoped for a better result!


Adam wasn't the first and may not be the last. But he is the best. That's why the scientists had to capture him and learn how they did it. Adam however has other plans, firstly, remember who he is and uncover the role he must play in shaping the world. At breakneck speed we flow through the story that reveals ancient manipulating aliens who dictate through multinational corporations all over the world, bending it to their whims. Doppelganger Doctors Wilheim and Wilhelm Killton have to recover their lost experiment before the genetically superior governing Adviser's decide to take the matter into their own hands thus rendering the Doctor's expendable. Meanwhile the Trinity of brothers who have molded the world through millennium have finally found their extra terrestrial father who is now ready to come and take a more than vested interest in Earth. Can Adam fight through the confusion of total awareness and calm his dazed mind enough to understand his new found gifts. He has become the first man to wield such all encompassing power. Now can he discover how to use it before it's too late? Rip roaring sci-fi action!

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Kaimaparamban wrote 1207 days ago

Genetical change is an integral part of history of evolution of human being. Separation of human races into innumerable wings is part of this process. You are casting light into that fact. A comprehensive approachment with fictitious outlook-we can call your work as like this process.

Joy J. Kaimaparamban
The Wildfire

PATRICK BARRETT wrote 1263 days ago

Huge potential here but for me it is ruined by being 'Over-wordy'. You seem to be on a mission to use every descriptive word you have ever read whether the plot needs it or not. Over complicating simple descriptions, "The thought-provoking man"..."The entrancing man"..."The fascinating man" all become very irritating. If you have a story to tell, just tell it! It is the reader who buys the book and he or she wants to be entertained. Patrick Barrett (Cuthbert-how mean is my valley)

Danny D wrote 1268 days ago

I have just finished reading the entire story which you have uploaded so far. I must say I am very impressed with your work. The first chapter really gets you hooked right from the start and I love the contrasting feel of the gruesome scientists and the two girls. I will keep checking your page in the hopes that you have uploaded more chapters but if you feel you have the time to let me know when you do, I will be very grateful.
Now I am going to put this book on my shelf.

nonauthor wrote 1269 days ago

Hi A. N.
Your book was recommended by David J Pickering - Convergence & The civil unrest.

After reading it and loving the pace and action I must say you need an edit for tense.
This being said it was great fun and totally enjoyable.
The characters were well written and very vivid.
This could be a summer blockbuster with the right budget with a string of sequels.
Just check the tense, you obviously have a huge imagination and enjoy writing, and I think that is the most important aspcet.
Very commercial, very enjoyable.

Benjamin Dancer wrote 1269 days ago

I love storms and this took me to that place. I got all jazzed up about it, but something appears wrong with page. I can't navigate anywhere. Or read more than this opening. So I've read all that's here, rated it, and I'll come back and look again later for more.

SusieGulick wrote 1272 days ago

Dear A. N., I love that your pitch told me where you were going with your story. :) Your tight dialogue & paragrahps, not to mention your large print made for a smooth read through chapter 12 where they find Adam injured, so I'm wondering what happens next? :) Great intriguej!! :) Your pitch shows there's much more to come. :) I've have now read, backed, commented, & ****** 'd your book :) - could you pleae back & ****** mine? :) Thank you from the bottom of my heart :) - backing & ****** 'ing moves our books quickly to the editor's desk. :) Love, Susie :)

Ronaphyllis wrote 1273 days ago

Great book, great plot, great descriptive powers.
LOVED this, sci-fi at it's best, I would love to read more, will stay on my shelf for a while!!!!
Keep it up.

Andrew Burans wrote 1273 days ago

You have written a very interesting and unique storyline, which I do like, your work is character rich and I do like your development of Adam. The dialogue is realistic and well written and the pace of your story flows well. All of this along with your descriptive writing makes your work a pleasure to read. Space should open up on my shelf in the next couple of days and I will back your book then.

Andrew Burans
The Reluctant Warrior: The Beginning

SusieGulick wrote 1273 days ago

:) comment to follow - read & commented 22 hours later. :)

Walden Carrington wrote 1273 days ago

Adam certainly has a unique set of experiences in High Evolution. The author's exquisite descriptions drew me into this one. It has tremendous appeal to science fiction readers. Backed with pleasure.

djp wrote 1273 days ago

thanks for Backing Both of my books and your kind words about The Civil unrest.
Really appreciate it.
So onto yours, that first chapter is amazingly descriptive and I don't think I can find a thing wrong with it! What a set up and intro!
Sci-fi is my favorite genre and this I liked.
There is a small amount of editing you need to do for gramma and punc. but no biggie I'm sure you'll get it sorted.
I actually felt like I was there standing on the bluff with the guy at the end!!
The when you introduce him in the second chapter and he just disappears I though "here we go!!" with excitement.
BACKED from the first three chapters alone, will continue to read and leave a larger comment later on.
Thanks again for the backings.
David J Pickering